Policy clarity called for as Theresa May announces £106m for low carbon vehicle research

Research and development into low carbon vehicles, batteries, and refuelling technology is to be boosted by £106 million, the government announced today, but business and campaign groups say greater ambition and more policy clarity is needed

Just because electric vehicles are smoke free does not mean they have no impact. Photograph: Andrea Lehmkuhl/123RF
Low carbon vehicle research will get a £106m funding boost

Research and development into low carbon vehicles, batteries, and refuelling technology is to be boosted by £106 million, the government announced today, but business and campaign groups say greater ambition and more policy clarity is needed.

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